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Once I've graduated from an approved paramedic program, where do I apply for a job as a paramedic?
Each of Ontario's 50 upper-tier municipalities and designated delivery agents is responsible for either directly providing land ambulance services, or for providing service through contracted land ambulance service providers. All applications for employment should be made directly to the services you are interested in.The complete contact list of municipal land ambulance service providers can be found in the Directory of Ambulance Services found on the Reference Materials under Education References.
I have worked as a certified Ontario paramedic in the past, but have been away from this practice for some time. I would like to resume work as a paramedic. What do I have to do?
Depending on the amount of time away from practicing as a paramedic, you may be required to complete upgrading programs to ensure current paramedic practice knowledge. You should :
Note : There is no expiration of EMCA/AEMCA certificates
I am an Ontario paramedic and wish to pursue employment opportunities outside of Ontario or Canada. What are the necessary steps to do this?
I am a paramedic licensed in a recognized Canadian province or territory and would like to obtain qualifications for employment in Ontario as a PCP or ACP. What is the process?
I am a paramedic who obtained training within a Canadian province or territory but does not hold current licensure within that province or territory, or the province or territory is not recognized under the AIT agreement. What is the process?
I am a paramedic who obtained paramedic training outside of Canada and I want to work in Ontario. What is the process?
I am a Registered Nurse and wish to obtain qualifications for employment in Ontario as a paramedic. What are the necessary steps to do this?
I am a Physician and wish to obtain qualifications for employment in Ontario as a paramedic. What are the necessary steps to do this?
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